Welcome to the Notebooking Round-up, a list of the latest and greatest notebooking links on the web.
Since April was National Poetry Month, I created Poetry Notebooking, a new lens at Squidoo. Of course, you can study poetry at any time, so if you haven’t applied notebooking to your poetry studies, take a look at my suggestions for all ages from pre-K to high school.
Notebooking Printables by Spell Outloud is a new webpage that looks very promising. Right now there are only a few freebies, but I see slots for lot more. This is one link you’ll want to bookmark and check on later.
Hands of a Child, a company that sells lapbook kits is branching out into notebooking kits as well. On their blog, there is a free sample of these new products — Single Celled Organisms. The kit has study notes and printables in one ebook.
Juggling Mom shares a free continent comparison printable. It is in docx format, so you can edit the file as you want before printing. Or you could even allow your child to type directly into the document.
Handbook of Nature Study blog hosts an Outdoor Hour Challenge carnival. The latest one is devoted to nature journaling. If you want to start notebooking for science and nature walks, you will receive plenty of inspiration there. And while you’re at The Handbook of Nature Study blog, be sure to download the new Outdoor Challenge newsletter. Each month the newsletter will include a free printable notebooking page. This month, it is about Your Own Backyard.
Heather, who was featured in a Spotlight post here at The Notebooking Fairy, delivers two fantastic notebooking posts: Peter Rabbit Notebooking & Sewing Journal. I love the diversity of how her children implement notebooking.